Practice your Korean with Tuttle's Korean for Kids Flash Cards set. Featuring 64 flashcards, an audio CD, wall chart, and learning guide, children will soon be talking about numbers, colors, food, and more. Each card shows the word in Korean, a key to correct pronunciation for English speakers, and an illustration to encourage word recognition. On the back of the card, the word category is noted, as well as sample sentences in Korean, English, and an English pronunciation of the Korean sentence. Ages 4-12.
A fun and kid-friendly introduction to Korean!
The Tuttle Korean for Kids Flash Cards kit is an introductory Korean language learning tool especially designed to help children from preschool through early elementary level acquire basic words, hangul script, phrases, and sentences in Korean in a fun and easy way.
The flashcards can be used as a learning tool in a classroom setting, at home, or anywhere that learning takes place, and can easily be taped around the room for an interactive way to learn Korean. The set contains a total of 64 words organized into thematic categories, including: My Family, Colors, Numbers, My Day, Food, My Body, Clothes, and Going Places. All of the words are illustrated—the pictures serve as effective visual aids to help children learn and remember each word's meaning. Words often reflect cultural objects and items and can be studied in any order. Learners may focus on one theme at a time or mix them up for a little more variety.
Also included in this kit is an audio CD which provides native pronunciation of the words, and sample sentences for practice—sentences that children would use in everyday life. Songs and other activities are also included on the free audio CD. Finally, the kit also includes a wall chart featuring the front of each card for kids to review and a learning guide for teachers and/or parents with tips, activities and more!
Once these 64 words are mastered and the child yearns for more, check out Tuttle's MORE Korean for Kids Flash Cards kit (978-0-8048-4010-1).
Laura Armitage taught at the middle and high school levels in Seoul, Korea for four years before returning to the U.S. in 2002. She currently teaches fifth grade at Franklin Middle School in Franklin, New Hampshire.
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